(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Yes, tetrahedral molecules all have 109.5 degree angles because they consist of a central atom surrounded by four surrounding atoms, without any lone pairs on the central atom. Lone pairs on the central atom cause the angles to change due to their negative charge. Hope this helps!
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